Governor Lamont's Executive Orders
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Executive Order No. 6
Directs the Department of Social Services to improve public transparency of Medicaid costs and quality.
Executive Order No. 5
Directs the Office of Health Strategy to establish statewide healthcare cost growth and quality benchmarks and a primary care spending target.
Executive Order No. 4
Forms the Governor's Workforce Council and tasks it with coordinating the state's workforce training initiatives to meet the needs of 21st century jobs.
Executive Order No. 3
Expands the responsibilities of the Governor's Council on Climate Change, increases its membership, and directs the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to evaluate pathways to transition to a 100 percent clean energy grid by 2040.
Executive Order No. 2
Directs the execution of a human resources centralization plan in order to provide state government with the highest quality human resources services at the lowest possible cost, and further the uniform administration of processes, systems, and functions among state agencies.
Executive Order No. 1
Directs executive branch state office buildings and vehicle fleets to become greener and more energy efficient through an expanded “Lead By Example” sustainability initiative aimed at reducing the state’s carbon footprint and reducing the cost of government operations.